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Post  desmond20 on Tue Mar 13, 2012 6:48 pm

hello,

i am currently facing a problem with my car's steering. there is too much freeplay and this is the part that is causing the problem but i do not know exactly what is the name of this part to get it replaced. can anyone advise? thanks in advance.

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Post  CoolzMK on Sat Mar 17, 2012 3:02 pm

have you solved your problem yet?
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Post  trex101 on Sun Mar 18, 2012 8:54 am

desmond20 wrote:hello,

i am currently facing a problem with my car's steering. there is too much freeplay and this is the part that is causing the problem but i do not know exactly what is the name of this part to get it replaced. can anyone advise? thanks in advance.

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You mean steering too light or freeplay, got the "kor kor" sound?

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Post  desmond20 on Sun Apr 01, 2012 3:47 pm

finally managed to solve the problem. It is just wear and tear of the bushing. Managed to get my mechanic to get it replaced. left it there for 2 days as he required to get it custom made. Now its made of some material that does not require changing. The steering back to normal already. previously too much free-play and dangerous also...

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Post  CoolzMK on Mon Apr 02, 2012 6:52 am

desmond20 wrote:finally managed to solve the problem. It is just wear and tear of the bushing. Managed to get my mechanic to get it replaced. left it there for 2 days as he required to get it custom made. Now its made of some material that does not require changing. The steering back to normal already. previously too much free-play and dangerous also...

Good that you have solved your problem. Smile
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